Clinton Policy Was to Force Abortion on Unwilling Nations
Wed Apr 16, 2003 - 12:15 pm EST

WASHINGTON, April 16, 2003 ( - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton stoked rumors that he is looking for a nomination to head the United Nations again this week with comments bashing President George bush’s ‘isolationist’ foreign policy.  “Our paradigm now seems to be: something terrible happened to us on September 11, and that gives us the right to interpret all future events in a way that everyone else in the world must agree with us,” said Clinton, who spoke at a seminar of governance organized by Conference Board.  “And if they don’t, they can go straight to hell.” Clinton said, “We can’t run. If you got an interdependent world, and you cannot kill, jail or occupy all your adversaries, sooner or later you have to make a deal.”  Pro-life political observers point out however that Clinton’s rhetoric drips with hypocrisy.  Clinton’s own world wide abortion advocacy which he strong-armed through his control of U.S. foreign policy as President is legendary.  While in power Clinton used money to ‘make a deal’ on an international level to impose abortion worldwide.  For two years a U.S. $18-billion funding package for the International Monetary Fund was held up since then-President Clinton vowed to veto the measure since pro-life members of Congress attached pro-life provisions to the funding proposals, thereby restricting U.S. monies from being used to promote abortion.  Moreover, the National Right to Life Committee has pointed out that “The Clinton Administration declared abortion to be a ‘fundamental right of all women,’ and ordered US ambassadors to lobby foreign governments in support of abortion.”  See the AFP coverage of Clinton’s statements from Yahoo at:

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